The Painter - Book One: Chapter 2: III Summary & Analysis

Peter Heller
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The next morning, Sofia comes over even though Jim has told her not to. He tells her all about the fight, and she wonders if he doesn't want to kill Dell. Jim tells her he just wants to get rid of the "stench in his nose." They watch a hawk and some birds while they are talking, and then while commiserating with him, she begins to get physical with him. She wonders if he isn't turned on by seeing her naked (as a model), and he admits that he is, but is put off by the fact that she has a boyfriend. She informs him that Dugar is stupid and has been sleeping with another woman. Sofia fondles him and they have sex. Jim feels happy, except when he thinks about Dellwood and the horse, but keeps trying to push it...

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